Tarbert GAA

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Tarbert GAA
Tairbeart
Founded: 1899
County: Kerry
Colours: Red and Black
Grounds: Tarbert
Coordinates: 52°34′17.27″N 9°22′23.63″W / 52.5714639°N 9.3732306°W / 52.5714639; -9.3732306Coordinates: 52°34′17.27″N 9°22′23.63″W / 52.5714639°N 9.3732306°W / 52.5714639; -9.3732306
Playing kits
Standard colours

Tarbert are a Gaelic Athletic Association Gaelic football club in Tarbert, County Kerry, Ireland. They play in the Kerry Junior Championship, Div 2 County League and Div 1 North Kerry Championship.

History[edit]

The club was founded on Sunday 30 July 1899 when Tarbert and Ballylongford began their great rivalry that was to extend well into the twentieth century. Tarbert has a long and proud record in under age competitions which are recorded in great detail in a book which was compiled by Tarbert Bord Na nÓg. This publication which is entitled Tarbert G.A.A. A Century of the Red and Black. Won 2010 North Kerry Championship in an epic replay against Listowel Emmets. Winning by only one point with a goal coming in added time in extra time.

All Ireland Medal Winners[edit]

  • Senior
    • Jim Wren
    • Tom O Donnell
    • Shane Enright
  • Junior
    • Thomas O Donnell
    • Mickie McElligott
    • Mickie Buckley
  • Under 21
    • Gerald O Sullivan
    • Tommy Bridgeman
    • Shane Enright


  • Minor
    • Gerald O Sullivan
    • Michael Wren
    • Mickie Buckley
    • Denis Dillane
    • Kieran O Connor
    • Fr. Tommy O Hanlon
    • Fintan Scannell
    • Tommy Bridgeman

Notable Players[edit]

Roll of honour[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Kerry Reporter, Saturday, May 02, 1931; Page: 8

External links[edit]